The Malecón Avenue is a spacious 6-lane road that runs along the northern coastline of Havana for about 8 km. As its name means "breakwater" in Spanish, it has a series of high embankments on the beach side that do not block the line of sight, with ample room for sidewalks on the inside. The colonial architecture gives the street a nostalgic atmosphere, and one can catch a glimpse of the daily life of the locals, who are fishing and chatting lively with each other.
Plaza de la Revolución
The Plaza de la Revolución district flourishes as the economic and administrative center of Havana. It is crowded with hotels, restaurants, and cabarets that add color to Cuba's nightlife, and is bustling with tourists day and night. One of the highlights of the district is Revolution Square. The towering José Martí Memorial and the portraits of revolutionaries Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos adorning the walls of the buildings create an impressive landscape in the vast square, which attracts more than a million people when it is time for a rally.